The new viral challenge of this summer seems to be the BottleCapChallenge . A new challenge that once again has water bottles as the protagonist, but this time combining a sporty character and a lot of agility.
Specifically, many actors, singers or even famous fighters like Jason Statham or Conor McGregor , have joined this new challenge of opening a bottle by removing its cap with a kick and which has now joined Xiaomi.
This time has been the CEO of Xiaomi India, Manu Jumar Jain , who through his own Twitter and using the famous hashtag #BottleCapChallenge has shown us his "attempt" to overcome this new challenge. And is that as we can see in the next video, the purpose of this is rather related to the resistance to splashes of the Redmi K20 Pro .
I am sure you've heard of #BottleCapChallenge .
So here's my attempt. 😎 But it's a different one. You'll see # RedmiK20Pro making a special appearance. 😍
Shot on # RedmiK20 Pro @ 960 FPS. 😎 Do note the awesome P2i splash proof coating 💦
RT if u wanna see another attempt. 😉 pic.twitter.com/Lo1S4uZyZh
– Manu Kumar Jain (@manukumarjain) July 6, 2019
If we remember, the Redmi K20 Pro also has various seals and guards on its connectors and buttons, a special coating P2i , which although it does not offer an official certification, it gives us extra security.
This new technology called " nanotechnology P2i , is nothing more than a specific treatment that makes the surface of the smartphone totally water repellent and therefore" guaranteed "protection against splashing water and other liquids.
Thanks to this, the new Redmi K20 Pro comes protected against the more than common accidents that relate the words smartphone, water and rice. Still, it should be noted that the terminal does not have IP certification and therefore, only serves as an extra security but at no time guarantees that the terminal is fully waterproof.
Source | Twitter